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    Berlin Profile: Emily Atef Takes Snapshot of Romy Schneider in '3 Days in Quiberon’

    In “3 Days in Quiberon,” Berlin-based filmmaker Emily Atef captures a key moment in the turbulent life of the late actress Romy Schneider, a cinematic icon in Germany and France. The Berlinale competition screener focuses less on Schneider the star and more on a person in the midst of a life crisis, according to Atef. “3 Days in Quiberon,” [...]

  • Berlin: Brazil Buys Remake Rights to

    Berlin: Brazil Buys Remake Rights to 'Corazon de Leon’ (EXCLUSIVE)

    Brazil’s powerhouse film and TV producer Coracao da Selva, which produced 2014 Berlinale competition film “Futuro Beach” by Karim Ainouz, has snagged Brazilian remake rights to 2013 Argentine hit “Corazon de Leon” (“Leon’s Heart”). Brazil would be the sixth territory to remake the romantic comedy following France, Peru, Colombia, Mexico and China. China’s Aim Media [...]

  • Watch: Dakota Fanning's Directorial Debut Short

    Watch: Dakota Fanning's Directorial Debut Short 'Hello Apartment'

    Dakota Fanning has made her directorial debut with “Hello Apartment,” the latest title in the Prada-financed Miu Miu Women’s Tales short film series directed by women exploring the feminine universe. Set in a Brooklyn loft which becomes a repository of memories, Fanning’s debut was unveiled Monday at London’s Curzon Mayfair Cinemas as a side event [...]

  • TrustNordisk Enlists EFM for Norwegian Folklore

    TrustNordisk Enlists EFM for Norwegian Folklore Pic 'The Ash Lad' (EXCLUSIVE)

    TrustNordisk has nearly sold out Mikkel Braenne Sandemose’s live-action fantasy feature “The Ash Lad” at Berlin Festival Festival’s EFM. Inspired by a Norwegian folk tale, the film follows the epic journey of Espen, the 17-year-old son of a poor farmer, who sets off with his brothers to rescue a princess from a troll known as [...]

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    Berlin: TV Series Gain More Traction as Festival Opens Doors to Small Screen Fare

    Intense industry interest and growing demand for a major TV market early in the year could well lead to a much larger role for small-screen series at the Berlinale and European Film Market in the coming years. Berlin became one of the first A-list festivals to launch TV sections as part of the main festival [...]

  • Berlinale -- 2018 -- Maria Ramos

    Maria Ramos on Dilma Rousseff Impeachment Doc 'The Trial’

    Half-Brazilian half-Dutch, director Maria Ramos is no stranger to Brazil’s judicial system, or its complicated political situation. She revisits these themes in her Berlin Film Festival world premiere documentary “The Trial,” selected for Panorama. Her previous critically acclaimed and award winning series of documentaries: “Justice,” “Behave” and “Hills of Pleasures” are, in the words of [...]

  • Chinese Producer Feng Xiaogang Attends at

    Berlin: Feng Xiaogang Dials up ‘Cell Phone 2’ (EXCLUSIVE)

    Leading Chinese filmmaker Feng Xiaogang has set “Cell Phone 2” as his next movie to direct. The film is a follow-up to his 2003 hit “Cell Phone,” which was a wry social comedy in which the extramarital affair of a media executive is exposed by his careless use of modern technology. Having previously considered going [...]

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